Friday, October 19, 2012

Sunny Days, Moonlit Nights by Jean C. Joachim Book Review



Blurb from the book:

Do you have someone in your past you would like to reconnect with? Caroline Davis White wasn't looking for Mickey, now Mike Foster, her childhood crush, she was fleeing her philandering husband, seeking peace and quiet, time to reflect on changing her life. But there was Mike, saving her from a mishap...again, bigger than life and even more handsome.

A well-known artist, Sunny thought she could escape, disappear back to the cabin where she spent her summers as a child. But she was wrong. Her husband refused to let her go. There hadn't been a divorce in Brad White's family...ever! And he wasn't about to start breaking that tradition now. Could Caroline shake him loose and what about Mike? Where did he fit into her life?



My Review:

I really enjoyed reading Sunny Days, Moonlit Nights.  Sunny's husband blatantly cheated on her and you couldn't help but despise him and cheer Sunny when she left him.  She flees to the small town that she used to spend her summers when she was small.  Sunny runs into her old crush, Mike and there is a lot of chemistry and sparks between the two.  But where does this relationship fit in when her husband does not want to agree to a divorce?   The story flowed smoothly and was easy to follow.  A very enjoyable read!  Three and a half stars out of five.  (For those who want to know:  There are a few descriptive touching scenes.  This book contains a relationship between a person who is still married and a person who is not her husband)

You can pick this book up via Amazon. 

Happy Reading!!!

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